can you describe a little more what happens and basically this part-time economy, you know, where you're trying to work around, trying to avoid these mandates. people might say, well, why aren't you providing health insurance for somebody that works 20 hours a week? there are reasons. it's costly. it's costly. and trying to make those demands in a changing, uncertain environment where you got to look and say, well, you can't work this much this weekend. the reality is, it's not just figures. i've heard from my district story after story of small business owners saying, you know, congressman, i didn't hire anybody this week. i'm not going to hire anybody next year because i'm worried about the threshold. i don't know what the rules are going to be. i'm not going to take that risk. and these are successful businessmen and women. but the message we're sending from washington is that, you know, we'll let you know next year. it doesn't work that way. any further comments from you all? i know i'm about out of time. but that's the frustration i'm hearing.